Warzone 2.0 Map Size | How Big is Al Mazrah in Warzone 2.0?

Warzone 2.0 was released on November 16th, and since the moment it dropped, fans have been eagerly exploring every corner of its map. It’s a beast of an environment, and it’s positively riddled with things to see and do, and points of interest to uncover. Like Verdansk and Caldera, Al Mazrah offers up a relatively diverse landscape, which ranges from urban environments to mountains and from ports to ramshackle villages.

It’s a spectacle to behold for sure, but those unfamiliar with it are wondering how big Al Mazrah really is in Warzone 2.0. Read on through this guide to learn all you need to know about the size of Al Mazrah, and whether or not such a big map feels empty.

Warzone 2.0 Map Size | How Big is It?

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Even atop the tallest point of interest in Al Mazrah, it’s difficult to truly absorb the full scope of the map. At a glance, it’s bigger than Verdansk and Caldera, and thanks to next-generation technology, the draw distance (even on lower-end settings) is extremely impressive. It’s an ‘as-far-as-the-eye-can-see’ scenario, and it’s detailed, even at a longer range. It’s hard to put it into words without measurements, but rest assured that this map is massive.

It’s an incredible statement, but even with its gargantuan size, Al Mazrah never feels empty. It’s a dense map, and the points of interest are scattered around just close enough that you never feel stranded. And, even if you do find yourself ‘in the middle of nowhere’, there are always buildings, small villages, or compounds to explore and fight your way through. There are also more than enough shops, contracts, vehicles, and combat opportunities to fill the gaps between all these points of interest.

To put it simply, Al Mazrah is so big that it could almost feel overwhelming, but at the same time, it isn’t big enough to feel desperately empty.

Is Al Mazrah The Best Warzone Map Ever?

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There’s a special place in all our hearts reserved solely for Verdansk. It was the inaugural map for Call of Duty Warzone way back in March 2020, and since it was decommissioned in December 2021, fans have always wanted it to make a grand return. It’ll be returning on Call of Duty Warzone Mobile, but that’s a different story entirely.

Now, Al Mazrah is the Warzone king, and it’s a crown that it does wear fairly well. It’s an extremely attractive map, boasting cutting-edge graphics that aim to please on every single drop. It’s more diverse a map than Verdansk and Caldera, and owing to a refined engine in this generation of Call of Duty, it feels more advanced. Everything from the movement to the water combat and from the AI opponents littering the map to the next-gen battle royale features, it does feel like a better map than Verdansk for sure.

It’s a subjective debate and it’s being overshadowed by the countless performance issues on the Warzone 2.0 platform, but Al Mazrah certainly is a brilliant battle royale map.

If you want to learn more about Warzone 2.0, consider checking out our article where we discuss the differences between Warzone 2.0 and DMZ.